SURVIVING AS A SENSITIVE PERSON
Sensitivity can be a gift and a curse. In our dog-eat-dog world, it is difficult to appreciate the positive aspects of sensitivity. In fact, the sensitive person often feels "eaten alive" and may battle chronic, sometimes severe psychological problems as a result.
What do we mean by a "sensitive" person? On the negative side - emotional reactivity, mood swings, hyper-awareness of the response of others, guilt and self-doubt, lack of assertiveness, problems with anger expression, loss of boundaries, suspicious perceptions, and the potential for victimization. On the positive side - deep and finely-tuned emotions, compassion for others, genuineness and empathy in relationships, artistic sensibilities, appreciation of beauty, fertile imagination, keen intuition, and spiritual inclinations.
How sensitivity plays out in various life areas and specific strategies for coping, as well as maximizing the great potential (which is the "silver lining" of sensitivity) are discussed.
Title Name: Surviving as a Sensitive Person
Title ID: 1717890
Release Date: 2008 (original release: 1999)
Written & Narrated by Judy Marshall, Ph.D.
Mixed/Mastered by Paul Moser, PMIII Productions [pm3prod.com]
Photography/Production by JF Ferraro
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